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Crows
Tzolkin
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Crows
Okay, I have a question for those of you who'd know..

There have been a great number of crows hanging out at my house these days. Dozens of the buggers. First they were in the yard. And now they're getting on the roof and pecking on the gutters.

They do this to no other house in the neighborhood. What could this mean? <!-- s:? --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_confused.gif" alt=":?" title="Confused" /><!-- s:? -->

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2008-02-18 0:16
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I don't know, but my father also had an experience involving crows recently. They've been all around his work, and there's one that likes to make odd noises by him. This is the first time that's happened to him since I grew up. When I was little, we had a flock of crows in our back yard that bothered him.

From my experience, either they find you entertaining or you have food in your yard. Do you have food in your yard?
2008-02-18 11:34
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That it's being a harsh winter and they're finding yummy things in your gutters would be my guess (more or less why the ravens here have been scavenging closer to the town here this winter).

"Justice, like lightning, should appear, to few men's ruin but to all men's fear."

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2008-02-18 11:44
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The gutters shouldn't have anything in them, and the yard has no more food in it than other places around here.

They sort of bothered me until I figured out something and started looking at their presence differently. Now they just keep their distance and watch from trees.

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2008-02-22 4:35
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